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Motorbike crash in Phuket leaves Swedish man, 50, dead

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Motorbike crash in Phuket leaves Swedish man, 50, dead

Yutthawat Lekmak

 

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Rescue worker attend to the man at the scene of the accident. Photo: Chalong Police

 

PHUKET: -- A 50-year-old Swedish man died in the early hours of this morning after crashing his motorbike into an electricity pylon on Sai Yuan Rd in Rawai.

 

Lt Col Sakkarin Sangjaroen of the Chalong Police was informed of an accident at 12:20am today (Jan 30) where it was reported a foreign man had crashed his motorbike into an electricity pylon on Sai Yuan Rd, Rawai.

 

Full story: http://www.thephuketnews.com/motorbike-crash-in-phuket-leaves-swedish-man-50-dead-60835.php

 
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RIP Swedish man.

 

“We were told that the man was heading towards Nai Harn when he lost control of his bike on a bend and crashed into the pylon,” Lt Col Sakkarin told The Phuket News.

He had wounds on his head and his ankle. Nearby was the white Yamaha motorbike he was riding. He was not wearing a helmet.

 

 

 

 

 

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never ceases to amaze me, not only this country but world wide, how vehicles have a magnetic attraction with electricity pylons,

 

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22 hours ago, nakhonandy said:

No helmet.

 

Would he have done this in Sweden? No!

 

"Would he have done this in Sweden?" - no.  He would have caught a Government regulated metered taxi home.

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